Peninsula Airlie Beach
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Travel Blogs from Airlie Beach
... in a different light, seeing them in front of the beautiful sunset. We got back to the harbour on time and I decided that it would be quicker to walk back to the hostel then sit on the shuttle bus, which would inevitably go to everyone else's hostel before mine! So we speed walked back to the hostel, I got my stuff and got to the bus stop just as the bus arrived! Suspense over guys, I made the bus!! Phew! I was hot, sweaty and beach dirty for 14 hours but oh well, ...
... I started getting to know Chris a bit better. He was a really nice guy with a thick Glaswegian accent. I kept apologising because every time he spoke I tried to imitate his accent, in literally couldn't help it I was so intrigued by how he spoke! I wasn't best pleased with my first impression of my fellow boat passengers. A lot of them looked miserable and not that it was a bad thing, but because they were mostly foreign I was worried I wouldn't be able to relate to them and ...
... so Liam sailed us back to Airlie beach marina! It was around an hour and a half sail back and during that we saw a pod of dolphins and 2 whales breaching which was a very special moment for me and ended an absolutely amazing and unforgettable trip in the Whitsundays! Once back on dry land we all went our separate ways apart from Louise and I who walked to Nomads hostel and got in the same room which was good! The rest of the day Louise and I went for lunch ...
Following such a quiet time in Mission Beach, I was ready to visit somewhere I could really explore. Townsville proved to be the perfect place. Big enough to be time-consuming but small enough to wander around without whipping out the hiking boots (which are so far lost in the bottom of my rucksack that the thought of needing to find them makes me feel nauseous), it sports a fantastic 2km-long Esplanade with an array of kids' play parks, pools and a cool rock pool from ...
... baby Pippin was only 6 months and her 2yo Max was a handful. I thought Amy was very calm and patient given the circumstances. They had a small pop top caravan, no toilet or shower and were travelling for who knows how long…and people think we are doing it hard travelling with a baby! Amy introduced herself to us and then made a comment that no wonder we were friendly, we are from WA (where she originally came from). After the kids were in bed we took ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking